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# Inequalities - PS

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23 Oct 2017, 21:04
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If -13 < 7a + 1 < 29 and 19 < 2 - b < 23, what is the maximum possible integer value of a + b?

-23

-18

-14

-13

-12

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23 Oct 2017, 21:06
Ramdhayalan wrote:
If -13 < 7a + 1 < 29 and 19 < 2 - b < 23, what is the maximum possible integer value of a + b?

-23

-18

-14

-13

-12

Discussed here: if-13-7a-1-29-and-19-2-b-23-what-is-the-168862.html

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